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PETALING JAYA: After slightly over a year the bubble has burst on the bubble tea craze, but operators with a good following and product quality are still going strong amid the Covid-19 crisis.
VIENNA (Reuters) - Secret love affairs, tricky business deals and political negotiations - Vienna's opulent five-star Hotel Sacher has been a popular spot for delicate missions since it opened in 1876.
(Reuters) - When Yahaira Caraballo opened her nail salon in the Bronx, New York nearly seven years ago, it was a bare-bones shop with two nail technicians.
GEORGE TOWN: Even when they finally reopen, struggling gym and fitness studio operators are expecting things to get worse in the months ahead.
PETALING JAYA: Employers have three months to make arrangements and provide proper accommodation according to guidelines for foreign workers in all sectors, says the Human Resources Ministry.
PORT DICKSON: For the past two months, only SWM Environment and Port Dickson municipal council employees could be seen frequenting the deserted beautiful stretch of beach here following the outbreak of the new coronavirus.
PARIS (Reuters) - Restaurants, bars and hotels across France set empty tables and draped chef's aprons outside on Wednesday to protest against continuing lockdown restrictions and demand more state aid.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe lifted a state of emergency for Tokyo and four remaining areas on Monday after the number of infections fell across the country, but warned that it could be reimposed if the virus started spreading again.
TOKYO (Reuters) - As Japan eases coronavirus curbs following its first wave of cases, many small medical clinics are scrambling to stay afloat and the doctors who run them are calling for government support as patients keep away for fear of infection.
KOTA KINABALU: Help has come for an elderly couple whose deplorable living conditions in Tawau were featured in pictures shared widely on social media.